MTC Weekly Roundup – January 6

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Hi everyone, and Happy New Year! I hope 2023 is treating you well so far. I want to welcome all our new contributors and returning members to the MTC - we have an exciting year ahead!


Let’s see what’s been going on in the MTC this week!


MTC Moments of the Week


Kicking the year off with our first 2023 MTC Member of the Week, we’d like to shoutout @Robert Young for his assistance in the Security, Compliance, and Identity community. Keep up the awesome work! :)


And over on the blogs this week, @SakshiB is sharing ways you can start 2023 off right by using Microsoft Viva Insights to build better work habits that improve you and your team’s productivity and wellbeing.


You can also catch a sneak peek at what is coming in Azure Functions this year from @Anirudh Garg and team!


Unanswered Questions - Can you help them out?


Every week, users come to the MTC seeking guidance or technical support for their Microsoft solutions, and we want to help highlight a few of these each week in the hopes of getting these questions answered by our amazing community!


In the Microsoft Forms forum, @Kpalu is looking for a way to validate Form answers from a database or list of approved responses.


Meanwhile, over in the SharePoint forum, @Imam1375 is new to SharePoint Lists and is seeking suggestions from the MTC on how to optimize the view in order to better see the whole List and its items while in use.


Have any tips for these MTC’ers?


Upcoming Events - Mark Your Calendars!


We are getting back into the swing of things with some exciting AMAs coming up soon! RSVP and join us to have your questions answered by Microsoft product experts and engineers:







And to close us out with a fun fact of the week…


Tomorrow (January 7) is National Bobblehead Day, which was first celebrated (officially, anyhow) just 8 years ago. Did you know that the first bobbleheads date back to the 1700s in China, when they were called “temple nodders” and resembled Buddha and other religious figures? Nowadays, you can find bobbleheads of nearly every kind imaginable from sports players, actors, politicians – you can even make a custom one of yourself!


With that, have a wonderful weekend, everyone!

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